Premier Architecture wins Gold Key Award for Cortland Home

November 16, 2011

Chicagoland Real Estate Forum congratulates Premier Architecture for winning a Gold Key Award in the category of “Architectural Design: Townhouse & Duplex under 1,500 sq. ft.” for the Twilight plan at Richland Trails in Cortland, IL.

This perfect ranch home has a great room with volume ceilings, three bedrooms, two full baths and the open kitchen and breakfast area flow right into the living area. The master suite features a large closet and private bath with walk-in shower and double bowl vanity. With a two-car garage and a large full basement, this home truly has it all.

The Home Builders Association of Greater Chicago Key Awards were created in 1972 to recognize excellence in housing design, architecture, interior merchandising, remodeling and landscaping. It has since evolved into one of the premier housing programs in the country.

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